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The Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World

Posted on 29 February 2012

Listen to two lectures from the York Centre for the Americas

"A Tale of Two Hamiltons: North American-Caribbean Crossings in the Eighteenth Century", was the inaugural lecture for the Centre for the Americas, delivered by Professor Philip D. Morgan. Professor Morgan is Harry C. Black Professor of History at Johns Hopkins University.

"Loyalist Opposition to the American Revolution: Comparative Colonialism and the British Atlantic," was delivered by Professor Liam Riordan.

Professor Riordan is an early Americanist teaching at the University of Maine. His publications include Many Identities, One Nation: The American Revolution and its Legacy in the Mid-Atlantic World (2007).

 

For more information about the York Centre for the Americas, please visit us at: http://www.york.ac.uk/americas